Various leaders of high profile said this should be advocated by all political leaders vying for various political seats.
The leaders were speaking on Saturday in Kabiyet Nandi County during the burial ceremony of the late Mama Sarah.
Governor Uasin Gishu County H.E Jackson Mandago while delivering the deputy president’s message of condolence to the bereaved family, asked the Kalenjin community to speak the same language to succeed in future politics.
“Every citizen is democratically right to choose their best leaders. But to achieve this, unity and togetherness has to prevail “said Mandago
The former Prime Minister Hon Raila Odinga who was also present said the jubilee administration’s plans of establishing a water dam in Nakuru county will pose a create impact in the other counties that depend on water from Mau forest.
“Water is critical commodity in our nation. Kenya is rated among the countries that suffer water scarcity”
Raila further pointed out the overwhelming corruption that has reduced the county into poverty.
Gideon Moi who is the Baringo senator urged the kalenjin community to stop branding him with the names of dividing them.
Mr Moi asked the community to support him has he campaigns towards seeking the presidential bid in 2017.
“I’m your son and I also need your support so that we succeed together”. Added Baringo senator
Mama Sarah is remembered for serving as a Kanu Nandi chairperson from 1979-2002, founder of maendeleo ya wanawake Nandi district and once served as multiple recipient head of state commendation both in Moi’s and Kibaki’s governments.
Present was the Nandi governo H.E Dr. Clephas Lagat,the county senator Hon Stephen Arap Sang, MP Suba Hon Junet Mohammed, MP Nandi hills Hon Alfred Keter, MP kapseret Hon Oscah Sudi, KANU secretary general Nick Salat among other leaders.